Hackers Blamed for U.K. Bank Losses of $31 Million

Hackers have stolen more than £20 million ($31 million) from British online bank accounts using hostile, intrusive software that harvested user log-in details. The UK's National Crime Agency has partnered with the FBI and European crime agency Europol to investigate the breach, which they say was perpetrated using malware called Dridex, first detected around November 2014.